Date: June 28, 2011
Conference: Microsoft June on the Web

HTML5 is the present and future of the web. It was an honor that I was selected by Microsoft to deliver a developer-oriented presentation considering this cutting-edge technology.

During my talk, we discussed the following topics and I would like to thank my audience for the really interactive support.

  • HTML5 new markup
  • HTML5 layout
  • CSS3
  • Canvas
  • Video
  • Geolocation

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Vangos Pterneas

Author Vangos Pterneas

Vangos Pterneas is a professional software engineer and an award-winning Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (2014-2019). Since 2012, Vangos has been helping Fortune-500 companies and ambitious startups create demanding motion-tracking applications. He’s obsessive about analyzing and modeling every aspect of the human motion using Computer Vision and Mathematics. Kinect programming started as a hobby and quickly evolved into a full-time business (lightbuzz.com). Vangos is sharing his passion by regularly publishing articles and open-source projects that help fellow developers understand the fascinating Kinect technology.

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